Questions for the PM

Saturday, December 01, 2018

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Former Ambassador of Jamaica to the United Nations Curtis Ward, now host of a programme on CaribNation TV, had hoped to gain a sit-down with Jamaica's Prime Minister Andrew Holness on his recent visit to Washington, DC. Reports are that scheduling frustrations resulted in the ambassador left waiting on a non-arriving head of government. Ambassador Ward would not be daunted, however, so on The Agenda this week are the hard-hitting questions on national security, economic ties and relations, as well as Diaspora engagement that Holness would have faced in the quintessential hot seat. Out of the glare of cameras, Holness gets an opportunity to provide answers that may well prove informative. Let's see if he responds.

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